According to its definition, a ‘new year’s resolution’ resolves to change an undesired trait or behavior, to accomplish a personal goal or otherwise improve your life. Is your new year’s resolution to visit Europe in 2019? If so we’re going to tell you about the best events to attend in Europe this year.
From music festivals, to sports events, to folk event and to religious events, Europe is home to some of the oldest and yet most fun events you’ll ever attend.
In this guest post, hear from Cristina about five amazing vegan restaurants in Berlin.
When an opportunity arose for me to visit Berlin, the first thing that popped into my mind was gimme all the vegan food.
Germany’s capital is also known as the world’s most vegan-friendly city, with vegan restaurants and cafes at every corner, so you can only imagine my enthusiasm! I was to eat everything and anything! Spoiler alert: I did just that!
Before I left, I did some online research, looked for interesting things to do in Germany, I found good places to eat, and discovered some amazing vegan restaurants that I quickly added to my list.
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¡Hola Espana! Spain is where you find the good life. There are more bars, more beaches, more wilderness and more ski resorts than you can imagine. The country also packs a lot of cultural diversity – and more than a few languages – into its half-million square kilometres.
As perhaps the most “fun” of all European countries, Spain attracts millions of international tourists who come to party and the Spanish themselves get by on less sleep than anyone else in Europe.
We hear the secrets from a Kraków local about the top 5 secret attractions in this beautiful city. Read our five minute guide below!
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Kraków (pronounced ‘Krak-Ov’) is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Poland. It sits in the south of the country, near the border of the Czech Republic. It has a well preserved medieval core and a vibrant Jewish quarter. Enlisted on the UNESCO heritage list since 1978, Kraków is surrounded by two major tourist sites: the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum (which includes the Nazi concentration camps Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau) and the Salt Mines in Wieliczka (both sites are also on the UNESCO list as well).
Travelling, whether for business or fun, should be an incredible experience; after all, you are growing your business, or are exploring other countries, along with their people and cultures.
There are a few things that can take a toll on you as you plan to travel overseas; for instance, having to wait for your luggage, or not being able to freely communicate with your family, friends, and colleagues because of the expensive international roaming charges. But these should not be the cause of your worries, because we give you top travel hacks to help you save money and still have fun during your trip.
If you are planning a trip to Europe and want to save money on international phone costs, then you will need to buy a SIM card. By using your current phone plan to make calls in other countries, you are certainly going to rack up some large fees from your mobile carrier. International phone plans are just as costly.
To seasoned travelers, this isn’t really news, but when you travel to Europe and plan to visit a number of countries in one trip, some might assume that it is a good idea to buy a SIM card for every country that you want to go to. With our personal experience, however, we have come to the conclusion that there is no real need to do this.
Between April 2014 and March 2015 more than 1.3 billion passenger journeys were made on the London Underground/Tube. How does this compare to America’s busiest subway network – the New York subway? According to the Metropolitan Transport Authority, in the same period there were 1.76 billion passenger journeys on the New York subway.
If you’re planning a vacation to London, you’ll soon become an expert using the London public transport system. Whether it’s the London Underground/Tube or the bus network, we’ll tell you the only two things you need to know to quickly become an expert and fit in with the locals.
The Balkans (or the Balkan Peninsula), is an area of southeastern Europe with a long disputed history. Today it is a beautiful tourist area, and the region takes its name from the Balkan Mountains that stretch from the Serbian/Bulgarian border all the way to the Black Sea.
The area of the Balkans comprises Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia. It has always been a popular tourist destination and in 2017, Vogue, Condé Nast, Travelzoo, and a many other leading travel brands declared Eastern Europe the destination of 2017.
Are you travelling abroad for business purpose, or just going to a foreign country for a vacation? Staying connected to business and family at this time is something that you would not want to compromise on. Since international roaming charges and call rates are always exorbitant, buying a travel Sim card is the best option. Here are five benefits that you can experience when you use an international travel SIM card when roaming card abroad.
Free incoming calls
Travel Sim cards come with free incoming calls so you can receive as many calls as you want.